Text to Speech technology uses computer processing to convert any text input into speech output. There is no need to pre-record text content. As the context is input into the computer, it will automatically generate the correct reading of special symbols, English abbreviations and data including date, time, telephone number, amount, item number etc. Equipped with Chinese prosody synthesis and fault tolerance, a robotic voice with high sound quality and natural intonation, very similar to that of a real person, can be generated.
Text-to-speech technology is used in various circumstances such as vision disability, restricted display screens or equipment, auditory learning, dysphonia, and voiceover of terminal equipment, such as navigation, infotainment, audiobooks, assistive devices for the visually impaired, voicemail, mobile devices, robots, broadcasting equipment, etc.